Northern Lites: A Fireside Reading Companion
Adventure Publications, Incorporated, Aug 1, 1999 - Fiction - 176 pages
Even when read to oneself, a good story can be entertainment that stirs the mind and perhaps makes being alone a richer experience. This collection of stories is offered in that spirit. As a fireside reading companion, its mysterious flavor of the north woods might help one appreciate the warmth and security of an evening fire just a bit more.The stories impart a deeper appreciation of the very special, very beautiful land of the North Country. They express a profound respect for this vast and lonely place which is as harsh as it is fragile and unique in character and history Richly illustrated with the author's drawings.
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